..... There are a few things, though...........
Passwords for sites that have those things are the ones I guard fiercely and don't keep stored anywhere. Luckily for me, there aren't that many for me to keep track of. I also have them set up to send me a text message with a pin to validate who I am.
One person I know stores only portions of passwords electronically. A majority of the password is stored in the browser. When he goes to the site, he has to enter the missing 4 or 5 characters to log in. And the missing characters aren't necessarily the last characters of the password.
I've been extra, extra cautious since the days of Compuserve and AOL. I chatted with someone a few times. A couple of weeks later, he showed up where I worked. I didn't tell him very much about myself, but apparently enough. It freaked me out!
I make very little personal information available digitally. When the FB scandal started up, I wasn't worried about too much of my stuff because there wasn't much to steal. I'm sure someone could come up with profile based on conversations, likes, groups I belong to etc., but there would be no name, pictures or location to go with it.
But then there is the i.p. address and probably other things I have no idea of.....
Edited by Booh-kitty, 17 August 2018 - 12:48 AM.